funk // soul // rhythmandblues // jazz // bugalu
The Art of the 45 is to be found in the sound from the groove as the the needle is applied. Francis Murphy will exploring his record collection and playing a selection each week on The Funky Cuts. This with a look at the shelves rather than his club play out boxes. Funk, soul and sixties styled R&B will still feature with ska, Latin, disco and smooth grooves from the eighties with a sideways swing into electro and other dance beats. Francis Murphy DJs at Ad Lib, 111 Hope Street on the first Saturday of the month and Runs Mojo Workin' in the basemeent of The Rum Shack, Pollokshaws Road every third Saturday of the month. You can also catch him at Southside Soul on the last Saturday of every OTHER month at Pollok ES Social Club.
13:00 - 14:00
17/11/2015 // Almost live from Ad Lib
It's a while since I've done a show with an as recorded sixty minutes of vinyl recorded straight of the Technics via an Allen and Heath mixer and a digicorder. There's a few post production tweets but it's a sixty minute mix of sol, Motown and R&B. I'll be adding some comments from the studio.
It was recorded at Ad Lib Hope Street on my regular first Saturday of the month club night and my guest was former Subcity colleague David Campbell who will be adding his sets to Mixcloud.